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Do you know where your stack is? Was pdBIOS32 (still is pdBIOS32)
On May 5, 8:06 am, "Rod Pemberton" <do_not_h...(a)havenone.cmm> wrote: The reason I ask is because even if the IVT is set to 0000:0400h using a few stack items shouldn't blow out the IVT.  Right?  From my notes, interrupts above 0x7A aren't used anymore.  There were some higher interrupts used for BASIC ROM... 18 May 2010 09:13
New win32 Asm Programming Tutorial
Hi All, I've begun posting a new Win32 Assembly programming tutorial I'm putting together based on the HOWL application framework. You can check out this new tutorial at Cheers, Randy Hyde ... 5 May 2010 18:14
BIOS Interrupts for IBM PC archteture
On May 4, 7:25 pm, Marcos Carlos <mlimacar...(a)> wrote: Hi there,    Where i find any documents about BIOS interrupts for IBM PC? Is it public? Ralf Brown's Interrupt List is the definitive reference. Take a look at the assembly language source code "api.asm"... 4 May 2010 20:10
#define in shared library
Hi all If I use #define in a shared library, that #define cannot be shared among every process? (that mean it is not shared)? example: #define isalnum(c) (_ctype[(c) + 1] & (_IS_DIG | _IS_UPP | _IS_LOW)) If a shared library has isalnum() as above, is it still a *shared* library? thanks from Peter (c... 4 May 2010 14:32
pdBIOS32 is a public domain 32 bit protected mode BIOS extender. It uses a simple software mode switching technique, is less than 2k and does not write to or change the hard drive or the BIOS firmware. pdBIOS32 like the motherboard BIOS is file system independent. It is currently distributed as a fat12 floppy disk... 9 May 2010 18:41
HLA v2.9 is now available on Webster
Hi All, HLA v2.9 is now available on Webster at the usual download address: I've fixed several issues related to VMTs and classes. I've added three new compile-time functions: @filenamestk, @linenumberstk, and @errorprefix. This relea... 28 Apr 2010 20:50
use of goto in C
"Alexei A. Frounze" <alexfrunews(a)> wrote in message news:59eed8de-fa97-42f9-8550-8154ac69a167(a) If you restrict the use of goto in C/C++ to several simple patterns and write your code carefully, goto's aren't really a problem. But, are goto's of any advantage in C ... 28 Apr 2010 20:50
on goto
[Xpost to: alt.comp.programming, alt.lang.asm, comp.lang.c, comp.lang.c++, comp.programming] the people that speak not good about "goto" are uttled wrong; their code bug full etc more distant is your code from goto more your code is bug full and incompresible the "goto" is the key word for programming; all... 1 Jun 2010 15:16
Win32 Assembly Programming Just Got Easy
Hi All, I pleased to announce a new addition to the HLA Standard Library: HOWL - the HLA Object Windows Library. This is a set of library routines and macros for HLA that dramatically simplifies Win32 GUI application development in assembly language. HOWL, as its name suggests, takes avantage of HLA's object... 23 Apr 2010 20:34
HLA v2.8 is now available
Hi All, HLA v2.8 is now available on Webster. The download can be found here: (or, if you have to type all of that, just go to and follow the HLA/HLA downloads links). I've updated the on-line documentatio... 23 Apr 2010 20:34
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